Let’s start with definitions. Steel Rebar, or just Rebar, stands for a steel reinforcing bar. It’s not new but man, has it come a long way. The industry idiom, ‘What could be better than steel?’ has been superseded by Rebar plain and simple.
Actually, considering what Steel Rebar has done for the steel and construction industries, t-shirts should have slogans saying, ‘Meet Rebar- Steel’s New Superhero’. We’ll let you in on a few grim steel industry stats, then you’ll know why.
Steel Rebar Saves the Day
Reams have been written about the many unique attributes of steel. We know it’s long been a key player in the building industry. It can be recycled ad infinitum without losing its stellar properties, and the list goes on. So, what’s the problem?
Money is the issue. The rising cost of steel has tended to cause modern infrastructures to shift away from using it as much as they used to. Understandable. But to compensate for the strength steel provided, concrete has had to be laid on thick, which led to inflexibility, susceptibility to cracks, and temperature changes.
Enter Steel Rebar, which works like a dream in both primary and secondary reinforcement situations – primary being guaranteed to load support as required and secondary usage is more cosmetic, to make sure no cracks or shrinkage.
Steel versus Steel Rebar
The best thing we can do to illustrate the illustrious rescue that today’s reinforced steel brought bout is to give you the comparisons.
- Reinforced steel is lighter than regular steel – surprising but true and invaluable for the modern lightweight and efficiency requirements dominating today’s market. Easy to transport and to work with and
- Rebar had higher flexural strength, i.e., its maximum bedding strength is greater.
- Unlike steel, Rebar boasts being able to last 100 years without losing its molecular integrity, making it immune to mixture issues or chemical attacks.
- Rebar steel is way more transparent to radio waves – honestly, if that all Rebar steel brought to the table every building in every city would love to tell its business tenants they have easier transmission capability and connectivity.
Why Choosing Steel Rebar Makes Sense
The foregoing bullet points clearly make choosing the new lightweight, super- properties of Rebar steel a steal, right? Economically it makes so much sense.
In summary; Rebar steel outlives regular steel and because it’s so much easier to work with, projects are completed in better time-frames. It means lower costs from the labour, through installations to reducing maintenance. There’s its connectivity performance, its load-bearing super-strength, and its immunity to climate variations.
In fact, Rebar Steel champions the construction industry as the undisputed first choice across the board.